COMMUNITY ARTS

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GREELEY’S CRAFT BREWING SCENE

Half science. Half creativity. All delicious.

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Greeley’s cultural hotspot.

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Greeley Unexpected tells the city’s story with people, places, and things that exemplify what is unique and interesting about Greeley. Highlighting the people, the events and more that make the city an interesting place to live, work, play and learn.

EVENTS

Jun 23 – Jul 4 all-day Island Grove Park
The Greeley Stampede is Colorado’s premier western summer celebration; a Top-25 Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association rodeo; and a recent inductee into the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame. The backbone of the Greeley Stampede is the rodeo,[...]
Jun 28 @ 6:30 am – 8:00 am
Save the date for Greeley Bike to Work Day: June 28 June is Bike Month in Colorado.  It’s a time to celebrate bicycling for transportation, fun, and health. While there are many events around the[...]
Jun 29 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Family FunPlex
Enjoy Thursday evening concerts at the Family FunPlex from 7-8pm at the outdoor amphitheater. Bring a picnic dinner and enjoy an evening with your family and friends listening to some great music. June 22 – Just for Kicks[...]

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Stories

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We Made a Mistake….and We’re Not Sorry

Did you see the mistake in the Greeley Unexpected Magazine? The Greeley Unexpected 2017 campaign officially kicked off during Friday Fest on June 2nd. Over 4,000 people came and celebrated everything that is great about Greeley….summer concerts, yummy food, our unique...

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Aven’s Village Wins 2017 Starburst Award

Eleven communities from across Colorado have been selected by the Colorado Lottery to receive Starburst Awards, and one of those awards is going to Greeley for its Aven’s Village All-Inclusive Playground. Starburst Awards were created to recognize excellence in the...

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5 Ways to Conserve Water This Summer

Summertime is around the corner and that means Greeley is about to get hot and dry. Typically these two factors lead to increased seasonal water usage due to the desire to maintain a green lawn, filling up the backyard pool, taking longer showers, and many others. Although we can’t do much to change our seasonal climates, we can do something to change how much water we use as the summer months approach.

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